One of the many things taken for granted when working with Drupal is that ability to have dynamic layouts. Different layouts for different pages, based on the blocks assigned to regions for the page.
Variables are set during page construction that can tell you how many columns are required. Which in combination with the page.tpl.php and your stylesheet can provide any number of layouts.
Version 3.02 of the MySQL Table Manager has been released. Changes are mostly fixing an error when backing up a database and fixing the notification or message system.
Thanks aquinoes for pointing out the error and testing the fix.
I worked at SpeakOut for about three years, during that time we were to busy with other projects to finish off our own site. So I was very happy to have the SpeakOut website as one of my first freelance projects. SpeakOut and I continue to have a strong working arrangement.
The Engineers Without Borders Australia Challenge (EWB Challenge) is a national design program for first-year university students. Students work in teams to develop conceptual designs for sustainable development that contribute towards real international development projects.
Ausco Modular is the leading provider of modular buildings in Australia. They went through the process of re-branding and wanted a site to reflect the new look. Michael Luke, a marketing contractor at Ausco designed the new site and liaised with me to build the site in Drupal.
People, I run into keep asking what I am working on, I suppose it's a bit like discussing the weather or asking how are you. So I thought I would post a couple of short blogs about some of the projects I have been working on. Current projects will have to go live before they are worth discussing.
There seemed to be a lot of bots downloading the MySQL Table Manager so you now must be logged in to download. To log in you need an account either an existing OpenID or you can create an account here with just a valid email address.
Once you have an account you will be able to download the files as well as comment in the support forum
Finally I have released version 3 of the MySQL Table Manager. The last version 2.8 was released in October 2003, that's nearly 5 years ago. I apologise for my lack of motivation in getting this one out, and hope you find the new version as useful as I do.
Many new features have been added such as user management, change privileges, backup functionality, ajax edit in place functionality to update fields, optimize tables, save queries, save results.